The Relationship Between The Success and Time Management of Executives and a View to Executives of Turkish Top Companies

Karao─član, Aslan Deniz; Yaman, Ramazan
October 2009
Gazi University Journal of Science;Oct2009, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p287
Academic Journal
One of the limited and valuable resources which are "Time" and "Time Management" are examined by this paper. With this view, time management of top executives of the successful companies of Turkey is studied. The central message of the article that is proposed in this study is to put the relationship between the success and the time management of top executives clearly with a numerical analysis. In the first section, the manager and the leader conceptions are emphasized and the definitions of these two concepts are given. Then, the conceptions of time and time management are given. Also, the reasons of losing time which are originated from individuals or from work are explained and time planning techniques which are used to abolish the effects of these reasons are given. In the end, a questionnaire is applied to the top executives of Turkey which are the managers of top 300 companies (according to their sales out of their production) and the results of the study are presented.


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